NBA Draft Grades 2012: Bulls Get 'B' From CBS Sports' Matt Moore

The Chicago Bulls selected freshman point guard Marquis Teague from the University of Kentucky with the No. 29 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, and the reactions are starting to roll in now. Matt Moore, senior blogger at CBS Sports and @HPBasketball in the world of Twitter, has dished out 2012 NBA Draft Grades for all 30 teams, and he believes the Bulls deserve a "B" grade for their pick:

Marquis Teague (29): The Bulls get another Calipari point guard. They could use a shooter, but weren't going to get one this late at a position they need, and Teague gives them pure speed on the bench. His kind of athleticism is hard to find, and the Bulls get him late.

Overall grade: B

Meanwhile, Andrew Sharp of SB Nation gave the Bulls a "C." If you are looking for even more analysis of the picks, be sure to check out the video from SB Nation Studios embedded at the bottom of the story.

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